Actor-Oriented Design of Scientific Workflows

@inproceedings{Bowers2005ActorOrientedDO,
  title={Actor-Oriented Design of Scientific Workflows},
  author={Shawn Bowers and Bertram Lud{\"a}scher},
  booktitle={ER},
  year={2005}
}
Scientific workflows are becoming increasingly important as a unifying mechanism for interlinking scientific data management, analysis, simulation, and visualization tasks. Scientific workflow systems are problem-solving environments, supporting scientists in the creation and execution of scientific workflows. While current systems permit the creation of executable workflows, conceptual modeling and design of scientific workflows has largely been neglected. Unlike business workflows, scientific… CONTINUE READING
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